Les politiques de résorption des quartiers informels à Phnom Penh. Influence des organisations internationales et contradictions de l'action publique.

Abstract : Within the framework of international networks, the urban management of ‘informal settlements' in cities currently gives rise to numerous exchanges between developing countries. These networks bring together residents' communities, nongovernmental organizations and professionals. In Cambodia, the combination of their actions with those of international institutions as well as other international collaborative operations has greatly contributed to the government's radical change of attitude with respect to the capital's ‘informal settlements'. In the space of a few years, the city has moved from a policy of eradication to one of regularization and improvement for almost all these settlements. Phnom Penh is now cited by international networks as a model of such action. In practice, however, public sector action reveals a contradiction between this policy and one favouring land and property development.
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Valérie Clerc. Les politiques de résorption des quartiers informels à Phnom Penh. Influence des organisations internationales et contradictions de l'action publique.. Géocarrefour - Revue de géographie de Lyon, Association des amis de la revue de géographie de Lyon, 2005, volume 80 (n°3, « Expertises nomades, La circulation des modèles urbains hors du monde occidental »), p.183-196. ⟨halshs-00351029⟩

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